Ideas and Inspiration

First look at our new Printed Fabrics

First look at our new Printed Fabrics

Launching this Spring / Summer, our new botanical inspired patterns - Meadow, Magnolia and Leaf - will bring a fresh feeling into your home. Whether you want to decorate with delicate florals in soft pastel shades, introduce a spring ambience with a classic Magnolia pattern or create a bold statement with a dramatic leaf design, our new fabrics can provide the inspiration for...
On May 07, 2020
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Our Guide to the Great Indoors

Our Guide to the Great Indoors

Now more than ever our homes mean so much to us - they are our sanctuary as well as a place to learn, work and exercise. As we are spending more time in our homes, due to COVID-19, creating a comfortable environment helps us retain a sense of calm and order when everything else feels so uncertain.
On April 16, 2020
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Refresh your kitchen with McAlister Textiles

Refresh your kitchen with McAlister Textiles

McAlister Textiles Kitchen: beautiful and practical products to brighten your Kitchen and Dining space
On February 26, 2020
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How to Style Your Cushions

How to Style Your Cushions

An unadorned sofa should be seen as an exciting opportunity to get creative - treat it like a blank canvas. Cushions are one of the less expensive items we use to furnish our interiors and a quick change here and there will mean your room will never become dated.  
On February 04, 2020
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Classic Blue - Pantone Colour of the Year 2020

Classic Blue - Pantone Colour of the Year 2020

Pantone have recently announced the Colour of the Year for 2020 as Classic Blue, PANTONE 19-4052 According to Pantone "this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era"
On January 09, 2020
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How to Style Geometric Patterns

How to Style Geometric Patterns

Why We Love A Geometric Pattern Geometric designs in interior decoration are often attributed to contemporary or minamalistic decor. But the fascination with geometric shapes can be identified as far back as the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks where the origins of simple geometry began. They recognised the relationship between lines, angles and surfaces to help measure shapes and then used...
On November 28, 2019
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